Temple of Heaven Tickets Booking
From CNY8/US$2 per person
  • Learn about royal worship ceremonies of Ming and Qing Dynasties.
  • The largest ancient architectural complex for worshipping heaven in the world.
  • Avoid long lines to buy tickets at the entrance.
Select Date and Tickets:
  • Adult: Age 18+
  • Combo Ticket
    Price IncludesAdmission ticket
    Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests
    Circular Mound Altar & Echo Wall
  • Admission Ticket
    Price IncludesAdmission ticket
    Price ExcludesHall of Prayer for Good Harvests
    Circular Mound Altar & Echo Wall
  • Child: Age 6-18
  • Combo Ticket
    Price Includes Admission ticket
    Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests
    Circular Mound Altar & Echo Wall
  • Admission Ticket
    Price IncludesAdmission ticket
    Price ExcludesHall of Prayer for Good Harvests
    Circular Mound Altar & Echo Wall
Important Notice
Ticket Price:
1.Free of charge for children under 120 cm (3.9 feet), or less than 6 years old.
2.Minors between 6-18 years old enjoy half price.
1.The tickets are released 7 days in advance; we will book the tickets for you as soon as they are available.
2.Your valid ID/ Passport information is required for booking, and one person can only book one ticket per day.
How to Book and Use:
1.Book & pay online, get email confirmation with QR code, show QR code on site.
2.Travelers in one order should enter the site together.
3.The ticket is only valid for the selected visiting date.
Visiting Hours:
Opening Hour: 06:00-20:00
Entrance Time: 08:00-18:00
Change & Cancellation:
1.Free cancellation if sending the request by email 24 hours before the designated entry time.
2.After the ticket is issued, the service fee is non-refundable.
3.Partial cancellation is not accepted, tickets in one order have to be cancelled together.
About Temple of Heaven

Temple of Heaven is the world's largest ceremonial building complex. The emperors worshipped heaven and prayed for harvest there in Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911 AD). It is a treasure of ancient Chinese architecture as well as a true portrayal of the ancient oriental civilization. In 1998, it was recognized as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. 

Attractions you shouldn’t miss in the Temple of Heaven:

Altar of Prayer for Good Harvests

It is for praying for good harvest in the first lunar month. It is 38.2 meters (125.3 feet) high and has a diameter of 24.2 meters (79.4 feet).

Echo Wall

The Echo Wall is the circular wall of Imperial Vault of Heaven. It has the effect of echo. If two persons stand respectively under the east wall and the west wall and speak softly toward the north, they can clearly hear the echo of their words.

Circular Mound Altar

The emperors worshipped the Heaven there on the winter solstice every year. The number of stone steps, stone slabs and stones of each tier are all in multiples of nine, which emphasizes the supremacy of the Heaven as nine is considered a positive number showing emperors’ dignity. There is the Heaven Heart Stone at the center of top tier. When people stand on the stone and speak, the voice sounds extremely sonorous.
Echo Wall
Heaven Heart Stone

Danbi Bridge

It is the oldest overpass in Beijing, higher in the north and lower in the south. There are 3 lanes on the bridge respectively for the emperors, the Emperor of Heaven and the ministers from east to west in ancient time.
Additional Info
Openning Hours:

April-October: 6:00-21:00
November-March: 6:30-21:00

Attractions inside:
Altar of Prayer for Good Harvests, Echo Wall, Circular Mound Altar, Divine Music Administration: 8:00-17:00
North Divine Kitchen, North Pavilion for Immolation, Palace of Abstinence: Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00

No. 7, Inter Tiantan Dongli, Dongcheng District, Beijing
How to get to the Temple of Heaven in Beijing
By subway:

Take the subway line 5 and get off at the Tiantan Dongmen Station, get out from Exit A.

By bus:
Take the bus 2, 20, 36, 53, 71, 72, 90, 93, 120, 622 and get off at Tiantan West Gate Station.
Take the bus 6, 34, 35, 36, 72, 106, 110 and get off at Tiantan North Gate Station.
Take the bus 36, 53, 122, 525, 958, special 11, special 12 and get off at Tiantan South Gate Station.
Take the bus 6, 34, 35, 36, 39, 41, 43, 60, 72, 116, 128, 525, 599, 684 and get off at Fahua Temple Station, which is at the East Gate of Tiantan.
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